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‘Cheeky and lovable’ - re-homing appeal for abandoned foxhound Henry

PUBLISHED: 10:18 25 March 2019 | UPDATED: 11:05 25 March 2019

Foxhound Henry is the subject of teh latest rehoming appeal by the Dogs Trust Snetterton in South Norfolk. Picture: Dogs Trust

Foxhound Henry is the subject of teh latest rehoming appeal by the Dogs Trust Snetterton in South Norfolk. Picture: Dogs Trust

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The Dogs Trust Snetterton is hoping this will be the week an unlucky dog finds his forever home.

Foxhound Henry shpowing he is full of energy at Dogs Trust Snetterton in South Norfolk. Picture: Dogs TrustFoxhound Henry shpowing he is full of energy at Dogs Trust Snetterton in South Norfolk. Picture: Dogs Trust

If you would like to welcome a dog into your life that is full of fun, then Foxhound Henry could be the one for you.

At just two years of age he is still a young boy and is full of energy. He loves to head out on an interesting walk and loves learning new things, especially in return for a tasty treat.

The team at the re-homing and adoption centre at North End Road in Snetterton say he is a cheeky, loveable chap who loves to be around people and is happy to keep them entertained.

Up to 70 dogs are cared for at the Snetterton centre at any one time many are struggling to find loving homes after being abandoned.

Henry would love a secure garden to play in and would suit a quiet but active home and could live with teenagers over the age of 14. He would like to be the only pet in the home so he can lap up all the love and be at the heart of his forever family.

If you think Henry could be the dog for you, call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 666888 or visit the centre open 12pm-4pm every day except Wednesday. To find out more visit www.dogstrust.org.uk


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